• Swift Mount SWIFT610-AP Tilting TV Wall Mount for 37-inch to 80-inch TVs
Swift Mount SWIFT610-AP Tilting TV Wall Mount for 37-inch to 80-inch TVs

Swift Mount SWIFT610-AP Tilting TV Wall Mount for 37-inch to 80-inch TVs

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  • Tilt TV Mount with 1.33" Mounting Profile & 15 Degree Tilt
  • Supports TVs up to 132 lbs
  • 100x100 to 600x400mm VESA Mounting Patterns
  • Quick, Easy, and Secure Installation with Included Hardware
  • Basic Packaging to Minimize Waste

Customer Reviews

Excellent wall mount This was a really good purchase. It's very very heavy though so be prepared to ask for help when installing. Also for hanging the TV. Overall though I as a single woman was able to install the mount (albeit slightly crooked) on my own because it really was simple to figure out. You'll just need muscles to lift a large tv high enough to hook onto the moveable arm. Excellent range of motion too...I really love this wall mount! 4Not as advertisedProduct I recieved was nothing like the one pictured.I was on a project deadline so I used it ... but was not as pictured1Versatile with or w/o arm bracketI ve been eyeing this for over a year and finally my 40 TV gave out in my master bedroom. I upgraded to a 55 and decided this was it. Perfect view from my bed tilted down on us. Didn t come with the screws that I needed, but luckily i had saved prior screws from different tv mounts. Saved me from going to Home Depot! Beats Home Depot price and delivery as well!5This is fine if you never want to move your TVThe only downfall to this mount, and this may not matter for most, after the rack peices are screwed to the back of the TV, you "hang" the TV on the bracket of the mount. The top portion is more of a hook and hangs where as the bottom portion, you have to tighten a screw to secure the two together. This is fine if you never want to move your TV. I mounted mine outside and will bring it inside when I am away or during storms. I wish it had quick release levers instead of needing a screwdriver to remove the TV. I have another wall mount for a 65 inch, and it does have the quick release levers, making it easy to access cables or clean behind, as nesessary.4Tight spot Mounted a 60" tv in the corner of my living room next to the fireplace,it got a little tight but I expected that. I was very pleased with the end result,very sturdy and straight. 5Pretty good for the price5th star withheld until I've had this more than a few days, and because I had to make a couple parts substitutions. Mount feels very sturdy, and holds my 70-80lbs, 52in plasma screen securely, with those few modifications.Pros:-nice heavy powder coat, parts fit together well-Swing arm movement is smooth, once the tension is adjusted in the joints.-Holds TV at full extension with no apparent trouble (be mindful of leverage!)-Installation instructions were easy to understand (could have been a bit larger overall for better readability)-All hardware included, even the wall anchors...Cons:-I did have too buy some washers and cap-head M8 screws, because the holes on my TV were recessed, so I was worried the attachment arms might crack the back plastic of the set (no metal-to-metal contact otherwise).-I did not use the drywall anchors, or the included screws and washers, and I would hesitate to recommend them. I ended up substituting with 4ea, 1/4" x 4" lag screws, and 1" washers. Whatever you do, be careful to get your measurements right, and find the centers of your studs!-In spite of my best efforts, there is a few degrees (phone says 7*) of down-angle still on the set, because the attachment arms will only adjust so far, for some reason. Perhaps with a lighter screen, I would have been able to take up the last remaining slack?Neither pro nor con:-I would recommend taking your measurements, mounting the wall plate ONLY to the wall, and THEN attach the swing arm assembly afterward.-The attachment arms can go on the set immediately; they have top hooks, so that once everything else is on the wall, it is like hanging a picture--catch the top lip with the hooks, and the bottom brackets have set-screws to catch the bottom lip.-When putting the attachment arms on the TV, be sure your screws face to the OUTSIDE, so you can get a screwdriver in there from the outside edge of your set! That is, treat each as a left- or right-side arm.-I would definitely set the angle in the attachment arms at full-upright to start, and tighten the locking screws well--the weight of the set will bring it down some seemingly no matter what you do.-BEFORE mounting the TV, confirm the level of the wall plate, and TV plate--I had to adjust the 4 large bolts to make them level relative to one another.4Not as pictured, no center hole on the 610. Very difficult lag bolt installation.The Mount I received was not as shown in the picture. The mount in the picture clearly shows center holes, the mount i received had solid metal in the center. The plan was to put two bolts in the center and drywall anchors in the four corners. Due to the picture being in accurate, I had to attach the mount offset, negating the entire purpose of choosing this mount. Additionally, perhaps it was something to do with the wall I mounted on, but I had to drill almost an inch deeper than recommended and use every ounce of power to get the bolt in even then. As a 6'6'', 240 pound male,, the force needed seemed overly excessive. Would be much easier if it was a wrench/ratchet head instead of a screwdriver head. Once I managed to get it installed it felt very secure and tilted nicely. I wouldn't buy this mount again though considering the frustration of installation.3Good product, but not for 24 in studsIf the mounding plate for this were a few inches wider to fit 24in spaced studs, it would be perfect for the cost. I had to screw in an oak board into the studs, then screw the mount plate into the oak using additional screws and washers. Not a huge deal, but added cost and work, so might as well buy a more expensive version. Other than that, seems sturdy. I haven't tested the tilting mechanism, but you have to adjust some screws to make it tilt, not just move it to the angle. I don't care to tilt it though.4Good (but not excellent) quality mount, good value for the cost, definitely worth the money for home / small office use.This is a decent quality mount, and certainly a good value for the money. I used this to wall mount a 65" LCD weighing 50 lbs. I had some concerns after reading the reviews, but have purchased other smaller Swift mounts and they have been decent. So here are my comments in part from some of the reviews I have read. The wall section of the mount is 18" wide and will span across 2 studs with standard 16" spacing. There are plenty of mounting slots so you should always have a place to attach to the stud regardless of placement. The screws that came with it for wall mounting are small and I wouldn't trust them. I purchased (4) 5/16 x 3" lag screws and cut washers from the local hardware store and used them instead with excellent results. Don't forget to pre-drill before using lag screws. There are multiple adjustments to move the mounting arm left or right, about 1" increments. There isn't one directly on center however, they are split. Assembly was easy, but watch out because when you pull the rod to adjust the mounting arm, lots of pieces come out and you need to be ready to capture them. The attachment to the TV was easy; mine had a 400x400 VESA pattern and I used the screws provided with the TV and no spacers. Make sure you pay attention to the TV brackets and get your screws on the outsides for easy adjustment after the TV is on. You;ll also do well to have a large/ long Phillips head screwdriver for this. Once everything was tightened up I've been happy with the mount and it stays put. The only negative I would say is that you get what you pay for; it's a decent quality mount and works fine in my living room, but I would never use this on a client site. Even at 1/2 of the rated weight (50lb TV vs 100lb rating), the mounting arm has a slight droop and the TV doesn't sit perfectly level. Keeping the TV center of gravity close to the point where the mounting arm attaches to the wall plate helps, but for full extension there is some droop. Notably the elbow joint of the mounting arm uses small Allen head bolts for which the Allen keys are not included in the package (only the larger Allen keys (2 of the same size) for the mounting arm - wall bracket interface are included). The elbow joint could be tightened a bit to reduce droop, but at the expense of mobility and I think most of it is in the steel not the joints. Higher quality steel, or perhaps thicker steel in the arms, would be a good revision for this mount. I have no concern about my TV coming down and the mount is definitely stable, its just some droop with no wobble. So while a $250 Chief-Milestone or Peerless dual swing arm mount would be rock solid and I can do chin-ups at full extension on those without any droop, I couldn't spend that kind of money on this project. So for the price, this unit is good enough for my home and I'm happy with it.Bottom Line:I'm an AV professional and work for one of the largest integrators in the nation. I've specified, installed, and managed AV projects for Fortune-100 companies and high profile clients with mission critical facilities. This mount isn't quite what I would spec nor install for those commercial clients, but if I had to hang another 65" LCD in my own home, I would order this mount again without hesitation.4GarbageThis is CRAP. Claims to be for TV s up to 80 . It is horrible. TV would have collapsed another moment on this thing. It is such garbage. It hung lopsided and crooked. It would not have held another single moment. All that work assembling it to have to remove it immediately.1Flexible viewing. Study.Bought this to mount my Samsung TV. Even though the tv said it was mountable, it would not work with this mount. I bought a new, bigger TV that I thought would work but still had a little problem. I'm all fairness to the mount, it was the tv design that caused the issue I'm both cases. We were able to mount the second one and it's great. The only the I wish was different was that you could tilt it down a little more.5Nice Works great. Easy to install. Holds my 47" flat screen nicely. Tilts easily too. 5Great Mount, BUT...great mount, but the mount won't necessarily stay in place due to light TV. The mount supports 40" - 80" TVs. The problem with this is that if the tv is too light, like a 40", then the mount doesn't stay in the place you move it to due to this.4
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Description
  • Tilt TV Mount with 1.33" Mounting Profile & 15 Degree Tilt
  • Supports TVs up to 132 lbs
  • 100x100 to 600x400mm VESA Mounting Patterns
  • Quick, Easy, and Secure Installation with Included Hardware
  • Basic Packaging to Minimize Waste
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Excellent wall mount This was a really good purchase. It's very very heavy though so be prepared to ask for help when installing. Also for hanging the TV. Overall though I as a single woman was able to install the mount (albeit slightly crooked) on my own because it really was simple to figure out. You'll just need muscles to lift a large tv high enough to hook onto the moveable arm. Excellent range of motion too...I really love this wall mount! 4Not as advertisedProduct I recieved was nothing like the one pictured.I was on a project deadline so I used it ... but was not as pictured1Versatile with or w/o arm bracketI ve been eyeing this for over a year and finally my 40 TV gave out in my master bedroom. I upgraded to a 55 and decided this was it. Perfect view from my bed tilted down on us. Didn t come with the screws that I needed, but luckily i had saved prior screws from different tv mounts. Saved me from going to Home Depot! Beats Home Depot price and delivery as well!5This is fine if you never want to move your TVThe only downfall to this mount, and this may not matter for most, after the rack peices are screwed to the back of the TV, you "hang" the TV on the bracket of the mount. The top portion is more of a hook and hangs where as the bottom portion, you have to tighten a screw to secure the two together. This is fine if you never want to move your TV. I mounted mine outside and will bring it inside when I am away or during storms. I wish it had quick release levers instead of needing a screwdriver to remove the TV. I have another wall mount for a 65 inch, and it does have the quick release levers, making it easy to access cables or clean behind, as nesessary.4Tight spot Mounted a 60" tv in the corner of my living room next to the fireplace,it got a little tight but I expected that. I was very pleased with the end result,very sturdy and straight. 5Pretty good for the price5th star withheld until I've had this more than a few days, and because I had to make a couple parts substitutions. Mount feels very sturdy, and holds my 70-80lbs, 52in plasma screen securely, with those few modifications.Pros:-nice heavy powder coat, parts fit together well-Swing arm movement is smooth, once the tension is adjusted in the joints.-Holds TV at full extension with no apparent trouble (be mindful of leverage!)-Installation instructions were easy to understand (could have been a bit larger overall for better readability)-All hardware included, even the wall anchors...Cons:-I did have too buy some washers and cap-head M8 screws, because the holes on my TV were recessed, so I was worried the attachment arms might crack the back plastic of the set (no metal-to-metal contact otherwise).-I did not use the drywall anchors, or the included screws and washers, and I would hesitate to recommend them. I ended up substituting with 4ea, 1/4" x 4" lag screws, and 1" washers. Whatever you do, be careful to get your measurements right, and find the centers of your studs!-In spite of my best efforts, there is a few degrees (phone says 7*) of down-angle still on the set, because the attachment arms will only adjust so far, for some reason. Perhaps with a lighter screen, I would have been able to take up the last remaining slack?Neither pro nor con:-I would recommend taking your measurements, mounting the wall plate ONLY to the wall, and THEN attach the swing arm assembly afterward.-The attachment arms can go on the set immediately; they have top hooks, so that once everything else is on the wall, it is like hanging a picture--catch the top lip with the hooks, and the bottom brackets have set-screws to catch the bottom lip.-When putting the attachment arms on the TV, be sure your screws face to the OUTSIDE, so you can get a screwdriver in there from the outside edge of your set! That is, treat each as a left- or right-side arm.-I would definitely set the angle in the attachment arms at full-upright to start, and tighten the locking screws well--the weight of the set will bring it down some seemingly no matter what you do.-BEFORE mounting the TV, confirm the level of the wall plate, and TV plate--I had to adjust the 4 large bolts to make them level relative to one another.4Not as pictured, no center hole on the 610. Very difficult lag bolt installation.The Mount I received was not as shown in the picture. The mount in the picture clearly shows center holes, the mount i received had solid metal in the center. The plan was to put two bolts in the center and drywall anchors in the four corners. Due to the picture being in accurate, I had to attach the mount offset, negating the entire purpose of choosing this mount. Additionally, perhaps it was something to do with the wall I mounted on, but I had to drill almost an inch deeper than recommended and use every ounce of power to get the bolt in even then. As a 6'6'', 240 pound male,, the force needed seemed overly excessive. Would be much easier if it was a wrench/ratchet head instead of a screwdriver head. Once I managed to get it installed it felt very secure and tilted nicely. I wouldn't buy this mount again though considering the frustration of installation.3Good product, but not for 24 in studsIf the mounding plate for this were a few inches wider to fit 24in spaced studs, it would be perfect for the cost. I had to screw in an oak board into the studs, then screw the mount plate into the oak using additional screws and washers. Not a huge deal, but added cost and work, so might as well buy a more expensive version. Other than that, seems sturdy. I haven't tested the tilting mechanism, but you have to adjust some screws to make it tilt, not just move it to the angle. I don't care to tilt it though.4Good (but not excellent) quality mount, good value for the cost, definitely worth the money for home / small office use.This is a decent quality mount, and certainly a good value for the money. I used this to wall mount a 65" LCD weighing 50 lbs. I had some concerns after reading the reviews, but have purchased other smaller Swift mounts and they have been decent. So here are my comments in part from some of the reviews I have read. The wall section of the mount is 18" wide and will span across 2 studs with standard 16" spacing. There are plenty of mounting slots so you should always have a place to attach to the stud regardless of placement. The screws that came with it for wall mounting are small and I wouldn't trust them. I purchased (4) 5/16 x 3" lag screws and cut washers from the local hardware store and used them instead with excellent results. Don't forget to pre-drill before using lag screws. There are multiple adjustments to move the mounting arm left or right, about 1" increments. There isn't one directly on center however, they are split. Assembly was easy, but watch out because when you pull the rod to adjust the mounting arm, lots of pieces come out and you need to be ready to capture them. The attachment to the TV was easy; mine had a 400x400 VESA pattern and I used the screws provided with the TV and no spacers. Make sure you pay attention to the TV brackets and get your screws on the outsides for easy adjustment after the TV is on. You;ll also do well to have a large/ long Phillips head screwdriver for this. Once everything was tightened up I've been happy with the mount and it stays put. The only negative I would say is that you get what you pay for; it's a decent quality mount and works fine in my living room, but I would never use this on a client site. Even at 1/2 of the rated weight (50lb TV vs 100lb rating), the mounting arm has a slight droop and the TV doesn't sit perfectly level. Keeping the TV center of gravity close to the point where the mounting arm attaches to the wall plate helps, but for full extension there is some droop. Notably the elbow joint of the mounting arm uses small Allen head bolts for which the Allen keys are not included in the package (only the larger Allen keys (2 of the same size) for the mounting arm - wall bracket interface are included). The elbow joint could be tightened a bit to reduce droop, but at the expense of mobility and I think most of it is in the steel not the joints. Higher quality steel, or perhaps thicker steel in the arms, would be a good revision for this mount. I have no concern about my TV coming down and the mount is definitely stable, its just some droop with no wobble. So while a $250 Chief-Milestone or Peerless dual swing arm mount would be rock solid and I can do chin-ups at full extension on those without any droop, I couldn't spend that kind of money on this project. So for the price, this unit is good enough for my home and I'm happy with it.Bottom Line:I'm an AV professional and work for one of the largest integrators in the nation. I've specified, installed, and managed AV projects for Fortune-100 companies and high profile clients with mission critical facilities. This mount isn't quite what I would spec nor install for those commercial clients, but if I had to hang another 65" LCD in my own home, I would order this mount again without hesitation.4GarbageThis is CRAP. Claims to be for TV s up to 80 . It is horrible. TV would have collapsed another moment on this thing. It is such garbage. It hung lopsided and crooked. It would not have held another single moment. All that work assembling it to have to remove it immediately.1Flexible viewing. Study.Bought this to mount my Samsung TV. Even though the tv said it was mountable, it would not work with this mount. I bought a new, bigger TV that I thought would work but still had a little problem. I'm all fairness to the mount, it was the tv design that caused the issue I'm both cases. We were able to mount the second one and it's great. The only the I wish was different was that you could tilt it down a little more.5Nice Works great. Easy to install. Holds my 47" flat screen nicely. Tilts easily too. 5Great Mount, BUT...great mount, but the mount won't necessarily stay in place due to light TV. The mount supports 40" - 80" TVs. The problem with this is that if the tv is too light, like a 40", then the mount doesn't stay in the place you move it to due to this.4
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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